FASTTAKES: DTAC, NTT Com, VZW, Softbank, NSN, Network Box

Staff writer
14 Jan 2011
00:00

Thailand's DTACplans to overhaul its 2G network to help meet surging demand for wireless internet services, and pave the way for whenever it will finally be able to launch 3G.

NTT Com has upgraded its Japan-US IP backbone to 400Gbps – making the jump from 300Gbps to 400Gbps in less than a year.

Fresh from announcing a CDMA iPhone, Verizon Wireless has revealed it will also sell a version of Apple's iPad that supports its network.

Japan's Softbank plans to sell 55 billion yen ($663m) worth of bonds next week, according to sources.

Nearly 8% of all business internet traffic goes to Facebook, and 11.4% to YouTube, according to a report from managed security services company NetworkBox.

Nokia Siemens has relocated and expanded its global service delivery center in Chennai, setting up shop at a new 90,000 square foot facility.

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